Posted by admin in Potable Water TanksOct 11th, 2016 | No Comments
Many diseases are connected to the lack of clean drinking water. It is a matter of public and personal health to make sure our water is safe to consume. Water fit for ingestion is referred to as “potable.” In order to store potable water, you must take many precautions.
Here are the requirements for water to be considered potable:
Low bacteria levels and the virtual absence of pathogens. The water must be purified of microorganisms that can cause infection or disease
Low levels of disinfectants, such as chlorine, that help monitor the dangerous levels of microorganisms
Appropriate levels of...
Posted by admin in UncategorizedSep 12th, 2016 | No Comments
One of the most common types of Water Tanks people are shopping for are used for liquid transport. More than likely, if you drive a car, you have seen these types of tanks driving alongside you. The best material for these tanks would be Poly Water Tanks because of their durability and cost efficiency. Poly Water Tanks are very easy to maneuver, when they are empty, they are very lightweight and can be easily moved by hand.
Most Portable Poly Tanks are designed to carry a wide range of chemicals and fertilizers; they are also suited to carry potable and non-potable water. Many of these tanks are...
Posted by admin in UncategorizedAug 12th, 2016 | No Comments
What are Field Erected Steel Tanks? We are glad that you asked. They are specialized steel above ground storage tanks that are essential to life in many are as of the world.
There are no standardized Field Erected Steel Tanks. They are not Shop-Built tanks. They are named for the way they are built. They are far too large to be built or put together inside a shop and then transported to the site unlike shop fabricated tanks that range in sizes of 1,000 to 30,000 gallons. Field erected tanks can start out at 550 gallons and range all the way up to several million gallons. Due to the large nature...
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Posted by admin in UncategorizedMay 13th, 2016 | No Comments
Let’s face it; no one wants to talk about septic tank issues. But when it comes to installing a septic tank or system you are in good hands with us. Using a polyethylene plastic tank for your sewage system has many advantages over a concrete or a steel tank. Here are some advantages to list a few:
Non-Corrosive for long life
Lightweight for ease of installation
Easily repaired in the unlikely event of damage
Lower overall cost
Plastic tanks are an excellent choice to help meet your Septic or Water System requirements. All tanks should be installed and maintained using a specific set of instructions...
Posted by admin in Loomis News & Info, SpecialsApr 15th, 2016 | No Comments
It’s that time of the year again! We don’t just mean its spring; it’s time for our Annual Spring Sale. Get 15% off above ground Poly Water Tanks. You can save up to $1,350 on Tanks for Water, Rain Harvesting & Transportation. Sizes range from 55 gal. to 10,00 gal.
It’s the perfect time of year to start thinking about the future and what you need to have to prepare yourself for anything and everything! You can thank us
The savings don’t stop there. You can also get 15% OFF and save up to $280 on Below Ground Poly Septic Tanks & Cisterns (also known as Water Tanks) Sizes range...
Posted by admin in General Info, Loomis News & InfoMar 28th, 2016 | No Comments
Thank you to everyone who came out to the 2016 Preparedness Expo at The Alex Madonna Expo Center. We had a wonderful time, talking to all the wonderful people who stopped by our booth that was manned by the owner of Loomis Tanks, Dan Loomis and the sales & media expert Sean Meister. We would also like to thank Bob Walker from KVEC who also spent some extra time in our booth.
We had a full house of approximately 2,500 people and even Lois Capps was in attendance. We had over 100 people stop by our booth where we discussed various topics. The topics that we talked about included Emergency...
Posted by admin in Loomis News & InfoFeb 26th, 2016 | No Comments
We are still struggling through the worst drought since at least 1895. We must think to the future & what we are able to do to help with not only the current drought but events like this in years to come. As we are currently on the brink of El Nino, we have to ask if we prepared ourselves better for the El Nino of 1997, would we have been better off today? With that being said, there are many questions we could ask ourselves but the better question is why don’t we do something about it? Or better yet what can I do about this? There are many ways to help give back to the earth, but the major...
Posted by admin in General InfoNov 15th, 2012 | No Comments
Just a friendly reminder to our customers that you can purchase water tanks and septic tanks at our safe, secure online shopping site. Check it out when you get a chance at shop.loomistank.com.
Posted by admin in General InfoJun 22nd, 2011 | No Comments
Is your water supply secure in the case of a disaster? Many homeowners, farmers and business owners make a wise decision in storing water for tough times. In some areas, this may even be required by city or state ordinance. Click here to Read more.
Posted by loomis in Loomis News & InfoMar 7th, 2011 | No Comments
It is becoming increasingly common for states to be voting on rain ordinance bills. As many counties find their groundwater being depleted through various factors, lawmakers are turning to the rain for help.
Check out this recent article from Prescott, AZ.